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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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History

In 1999 Counter-Strike was released as a mod for Half-Life. As the game progressed from beta to a full release. The game refined the classic gameplay that has come to define competitive shooters today, along with a dedicated community that has followed the game since its first release. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) expands upon the team-based first person shooter gameplay the original Counter-Strike pioneered when it first launched.

Gameplay

Two teams compete in an objective-based game mode with the goal of winning enough rounds to win the match. CS:GO features maps, characters, weapons and delivers updated versions of the Counter-Strike maps like Dust, Inferno, Nuke, Train and more.

Tournament History

Since the first release, CSGO has paved the way of becoming the biggest shooter in esports. The first CSGO Major Championship were held in Sweden and involved 20 teams competing for a prize pool worth $250,000. The Majors, which take place twice each year, have gone from strength to strength ever since. The prize money on offer has swelled as a result, with the prize fund reaching a staggering $1,000,000 in the Major League Gaming tournament held in Columbus, Ohio in 2016. The prizepool for Majors are now backed up by Valve and is always at 1 million, which of half goes to the winners.

That high level of prize money has been maintained and it’s no surprise that CS:GO tournaments continue to attract a high level of interest, as well as some of the best teams and players in the world.

Today, the team standing highest on the podium is the danish team Astralis with record-breaking results. Having won the majors three times, they are the second team standing with this unique feat together with the swedes in Fnatic.

CSGO tournaments have had an exciting past and look certain to deliver even more excitement in the future. Stay tuned at Esportsguide.com to keep up to date with all live and upcoming matches.

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